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"Ural Airlines" Will Fly to Rome from "Zhukovsky"
30.04.2017 09:28


"Ural Airlines" will start  flights to Rome from the Moscow airport "Zhukovsky" on July 7, the airport's website says.

      Ticket sales are available on the carrier's website.

      Now the Ural Airlines carry out regular flights from Zhukovsky to Dushanbe and Khujand (Tajikistan) and Tel Aviv (Israel). It was also reported that since June 5 the carrier plans to launch flights from the airport  to Beijing.

      "Zhukovsky" was opened in May 2016, the first flight took in September. For today, in addition to the "Ural Airlines", the Kyrgyz airline Air Manas (flight to Bishkek) and Belarusian "Belavia" (flight to Minsk) operate in the airport.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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